If your mind can conceive it, and your heart can believe it, you can achieve it.
Jun 24, 2020
A Eureka moment, also known as that "Aha!" moment, is that sudden realisation that you found a solution to a problem.
Eureka loosely translates to "I have found it!" It is that sudden clarity you feel at solving a puzzle or understanding a problem. Eureka moments appear out of nowhere when you are not consciously thinking about the problem.
The framing effect is a cognitive bias where people decide on options based on whether they are presented in a positive or negative way. Do you prefer your yoghurt with 10% fat or 90% fat-free?
Knowing about the framing effect is vital. It is one of the most significant biases in decision making and particularly important in health care and financial decisions.
The new reality of success: embracing a diverse range of skills and experiences to thrive in the increasingly complex world.
Great men like Benjamin Franklin, Steve Jobs and Leonardo Da Vinci were not masters, but had a ‘talent stack’ of a range of skills. These Polymaths were having cross-discipline expertise, which turned out to be infinitely better than having complete knowledge of one single field of work.
The Morning Pages technique acts as a mind dump to get rid of the clutter in your brain.
Genius is not about having an extraordinarily high IQ, or even about being smart. It is not about finishing Mensa exercises in record time or mastering fourteen languages at the age of seven.
Geniuses think productively, not reproductively. They ask "How many different ways can I look at it?" not "What have I been taught by someone else on how to solve this?"
We know that learning is about knowledge, information, and skills; while habits are routines, behaviors, and actions. But the two are actually quite similar to each other.
Habit and learning have the same equation used when dealing with specific situations:
Both habit and learning are complicated with varying responses but often have an automated response.
Reverse brainstorming is used when it is difficult to identify solutions to the problem directly. It involves combining brainstorming and reversal techniques.
Start with one of two reverse questions.
The way you look at how something works in the real world is called a mental model. It’s your thinking framework about something.
But when we make decisions, we often don’t think about our framework and immediately jump to a discussion about potential outcomes.
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